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the red sox and eventually beat them. we still have plenty ahead. your weather, traffic and all you have your top stories. >> fox 5 morning news continues right now. good morning, everyone on this friday. what a interesting stat to show you right now. this is a live picture right now taken from our tower cam. you can see this is above the fog. what a beautiful shot of the moon this looks like shining down on top of that fog. it's gorgeous shot but it won't be gorgeous driving in it. that is for sure. >> i'm sarah simmons. >> i'm wisdom martin. it looks hike something out of a movie. but-- it looks like something out of a movie. but it is real. >> visibilities greatly reduced for the next hour or two. dense fog advisory for the district, prince george's county, most of southern maryland until 6:00 this morning. so if you are headed out the door here in the next few
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minutes, be ready for a little extra time. >> yes. you have to slow it down. >> let's take a look and see what we've got to offer. i don't know what map i have. wasn't sure what map was coming. there is your fog advisory. been doing that a lot lately t includes the district of columbia. southern maryland and portions of virginia as well down towards slopial beach. you've got a dense fog advisory until 6:00 this morning. it doesn't mean counties off to the north and west aren't encountering it too. temperatures at reagan national, we are currently 41 degrees. 39 out at dulles. 40 in hagerstown. 45 in ocean city. going to be a sort two stories here. first the fog but once we burn the fog off, a beautiful afternoon. bright sunshine expected and warm temperatures. how about low to mid-50s. mild and breezy. winds out of the north and west 10 to 15. should be a gorgeous afternoon. >> more details on the
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forecast. we'll talk about the weekend coming up in a couple of minutes. traffic alert now before we talk with julie. a part of the beltway is closed in montgomery county after an early morning accident. the crash between a tractor- trailer and a car happened somewhere around 3:00 a.m. we do know one person died in this accident. right now, the inner loop is closed at connecticut avenue. let's get more now with julie wright and the latest on this. >> the inner loop of the beltway remains closed at connecticut avenue at this point. again be traffic coming from 207 as you merge on to the inner loop from 355 can go no further than connecticut avenue. we do see that we do have some m-dot trucks still here at the scene. there were a number of police cars setting out flares. it is well marked for you that you will have to exit off the beltway here at connecticut avenue. at the end of the ramp at connecticut, can you turn left
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and go northbound on 185. or a lot of people, didn't see them doing this and i don't know why because this is a good alternative route as well. you can go southbound and continue over towards the exits there in college park. that could be a good option for you. the inner loop remains closed because of the investigation. the outer loop looking good. as our morning -- as the volume increases, i'm anticipating we'll find delays not only on the inner loop but the outer loop due to rubbernecking as well. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. following some breaking news this morning out of forestville, maryland i'm toddler in the hospital clinging to life after getting caught in a house fire. it happened in the 6100 block of hillmar drive early this morning. sherry ly is live at the scene with the latest. >> reporter: good morning, wisdom.
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we have five people who were inside this house, three adults, a 9-year-old boy and a 2-year-old girl that. 2-year-old now in critical condition. this fire started just before 2:00 this morning at a up to house in the colony square development on hillmarch drive. for the latest now, we have chief mark bayshore to tell us what has happened first. what is the status of the child. >> the 2-year-old, we do have a report that pulse has been restored to the child. she was taken out of here with cpr in progress by firefighters and paramedics. she is being transferred over to children's national medical center in northwest. >> reporter: that is child's injuries from burns, from smoke inhalation, can you tell us anything about that? >> we believe it to be smoke inhalation but we haven't got the final reports back. but she is in critical condition. the 9-year-old male is in stable condition. he was transported with smoke inhalation. >> reporter: can you tell us what firefighters encountered when they got here and how were
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they able to rescue the 2-year- old. >> they encountered a large quantity of fire coming from the front windows of the town home. it is an end of the row town home. fortunately, there were five people on the first fire engine and they were able to split the crew. half went downstairs and half went up. they were able to make a quick rescue of the 2-year-old. the 9-year-old had been pulled out by family. they encountered intense heat conditions but they were able to make a quick rescue out the ladder from the second floor window. >> reporter: i understand the smoke alarms did work but there was an issue with one of people inside the house in a wheelchair. >> one of the adults was in a wheelchair. he was able to get himself out through a basement entrance. none of the adults were injured. smoke larges were working in the home. this is another indication even when smoke alarms working and everything goes right, something these thing happen. >> reporter: that 2-year-old is in critical condition.
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one firefighter also injured with burns to the ear, second degree burns. the smoke alarms did go off and we understand that the man in the wheelchair in the basement actually called upstairs into the home from his cell phone to alert them that there was a fire. this did start in the kitchen. the cause is still unknown. that is the latest here. back to you. >> thank you. new this morning, federal agents shooting at each other in southern california. the shootout at a federal building in long beach last night started when one officer shot another on the seventh floor. then a third agent working in an office nearby heard the shots, drew his gun and fired to stop the shooter. there are conflicting reports about how many died but police say two. but ice says only one died. after taking a few days off, whitney houston's ex- husband bobby brown is performing again, making his first step last night here in town. last night, took the stage with
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his band at showplace arena in upper marlboro. he acknowledged houston's tragic death giving her a shoutout. he also thanked the fans for their support during this time. bobby brown did get an invitation to houston's private funeral. a well-known journalist who once worked in d.c. has died. "new york times" correspondent anthony shadid died while in eastern syria on a reporting assignment. paper says the 43-year-old suffered an apparent asthma attack. shadid worked for the "washington post" between 2003 and 2009. he won a pulitzer prize in 2004 and also in 2010 for his coverage of the iraq war. former prince george's county executive jack johnson is scheduled to turn himself in tomorrow to begin serving his
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seven-euro sentence for extorting hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes. the prosecutor wants him to pay some $100,000 back before going to prison. according to the washington times though, prosecutors say johnson has the money to pay the fine but last month, he asked to defer the payments until after his prison time. is all right. now we are talking about rushern baker. he is supporting a casino proposal for the national harbor. now, bake are's plan for a high- end gaming outlet would cost a billion dollars and resemble a las vegas casino with slots, table games like black jack and roulette and hotel rooms. backer opposed gambling when he was a state delegate for 10 years. we will be in our studio for a
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d.c. police released this surveillance video hoping to locate a person of interest. the victim was attacked around 3:00 in the morning. police are asking anyone who recognizes the man to give them a call. maryland delegates delayed debate until this afternoon to the gay marriage debate. one amendment that did get added would delay the effective date from this october to next january. that is because lawmaker expect there could be a gay marriage referendum on the ballot in november. the fight over paying for birth control is still raging on the hill. religous leader testified about new rules forcing catholic institutions to provide female contraception in their health care plans. d.c. delegate eleanor holmes norton complained there were only a few women on the panel.
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one woman, a third year law student at georgetown was rejected because the republican chairman said she did not have appropriate credentials to testify. delegate eleanor holmes norton took offense to it. the big story we are all watching, possible snow this weekend. >> i'll have the details on your weekend forecast and we're dealing with fog this morning. you can see this fog live in virginia. we'll have a full update on the forecast for today and the weekend. julie wright will have a look at your traffic right after the break. 
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thins are starting to clear up. earlier, we had this shot from the tower cam and it was foggy. we could see a bunch clouds, see the lights on the right and the moon. but now, you can see a lot of lights on the ground, on the tower to the right and the moon as well. so clearing up. >> still a little bit of fog. it like it may have rolled out of this shot. >> it is like a blanket. it is on the move. i can see on our radar that it is pushing down into southern maryland as we speak. parts of the area doing dense fog. here in washington, looks like it is starting to break up a little bit. >> that is good news for people getting up and getting on the roads. >> you can say that. good news is, as the sunshine comes up, it will be a
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beautiful day, bright and sunny, mid-50s. >> that is our wanter weather this year. you got to love washington weather. >> it will be in the 50s and then a few days later, we've got something else to offer. >> you keep talking about that. >> the tucker tease. >> i can't beat the drum too loudly about it yet. here is your radar and the shower activity from yesterday out of here. the leftovers are helping to create this fog this morning and i've got the radar on -- it is picking up the fog basically and the visibilities are a quarter mile or less in many spots in the oranges and reds. up into baltimore and sew son, looks like we've got dense fog. you push down into virginia and down towards fredericksburg down into maryland, lots of fog with visibilities greatly reduced here. dense fog advisory for most of the area south an east of 95 until 6:00 this morning. that will be your big weather maker for today. we'll break out the sunshine. it should be a beautiful afternoon with sunny skies and
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temperatures in the 50s. temperatures right now at reagan national, 41 degrees. we're 45 in gaithersburg. 37 in manassas. we are hitting that dew point. that is where the fog is developing. 41 in leonardtown and 41 this morning in annapolis. should be a great-looking day for us. high pressure will build in later this afternoon and deliver another great february day as mentioned with temperatures back in the 50s. it will be a little breezy with winds out of the north and west at about 10 to 15. we'll phonous this. this is our developing area of low pressure. all the apartments haven't come together yet but all indications are that this will travel across the deep south and then emerge here right off of the carolina coast by late sunday and sunday night. and it will like bring a mixed bag of rain changing to snow across the washington area. what are the big changes from yesterday? >> it looks like this won't get in here until sunday afternoon. we are starting to gain
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confidence it will likely start as rain and transition over to snow as the colder air gets pulled in from the north and west. we could see light to moderate accumulations. still, that traffic is not well defined. until we know exactly where it will track, we can't give totals. there are indications -- this isn't saying much but it could be our biggest storm of the year as we get into sunday afternoon and sunday night. the clouds will increase tomorrow after a little mourning sunshine. here comes that storm system. here we are at 5:00 a.m. on sunday and you can see that northern edge is transitioning from rain to snow as it approaches the washington area. i think as we get into the day on sunday, particularly sunday afternoon, maybe even sunday evening now, we'll be tealing with this area of low pressure. this is a little closer look for you. your forecast for today and your five-day forecast, 53 degrees today. mild conditions. increasing clouds tomorrow. rain, to snow sunday afternoon. we are anticipating the possibility of accumulating snow and then it likes
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president's day, sunshine returns with high temperatures in the upper 30s. but definitely something to watch for your day on sunday. that is your weather forecast. let's do some traffic and julie wright. you hike my voice like this, don't you? >> you sound a little barry white to me. it is a little soothing. it is. >> i'll call you on the phone later. >> i can't wait for that. on the roads, we've been talking about this accident which occurred back in the 3:00 hour. there has been a change. now, there some traffic able to squeeze by to the left here inner loop of the beltway as you travel from before connecticut avenue in the direction of silver spring. some traffic is able to get by to the left but notice this wall-to-wall traffic early this morning. we've already got traffic stacked up for about a mile now as you work your way around the scene and head over towards georgia avenue. a lot of activity has been moved over to the shoulder. the accident activity is right out of our camera shot here on the inner loop of the beltway. there is the combination of connecticut avenue and 4 10rbg
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the east-west highway that could save you some time. 410 parallelling the beltway continuing over towards college park. if you want to come off the beltway inner loop and take that up towards university boulevard, there is an option of randolph road there. inner loop of the beltway slow early this morning and unusually slow. the outer loop of the beltway, lanes are open so far, no problems reported leaving college park headed around towards 270. >> thank you. if you have ever dealt with a veer case of acne, you know what it can do to your appearance and self-esteem. >> there is a new treatment that promises some fast results. we'll show you coming up next. a
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welcome back. taking a live look at interstate 207. you can see traffic is moving along just fine out there although there may be a little bit of fog to contend with. anyone who has ever dealt with severe acne knows it is not easy on get rid of. treating it can be exhausting and it can be expensive. >> some patients are finding help with a new innovative treatment that uses both a laser and a vacuum. they say it is saving them money and delivering some fast results. >> we have a report now. >> i didn't feel comfortable going outside without make-up on. i just basically tried to sort of cover my face up with my hair just so it won't be as visible. >> reporter: 22-year-old
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welcome back. we are seeing a little bit of fog that is still kind of hanging around out there this morning. but definitely some areas of pretty dense fog out there so keep that in mind as you head out today. otherwise, after this, the sun comes out. it will be pretty darn nice. >> it will be gorgeous later today. temperatures back in the 50s, mid-50s with plenty of sunshine and a bit of a breeze throughout the north and west at about 10:15. that is what we look forward to. we have to get through the fog first and we do have a dense fog advisory for much of the area. lots of south central virginia under the dense fog advisory. visibility as you know, less than a quarter mile in many spots. temperatures, lets he get start wade look at our current conditions at reagan national. 41degrees. your humidity way up.
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well, that is the fog. our pressure will be rising today as we deal with high pressure that will give us a nice afternoon. there is your fog advisory. it does include the district of columbia for another half hour. we'll see if it gets extended because the fog in many spots is very slow to dissipate. we'll be probably dealing with an additional fog advisory for another couple of hours. very comfortable afternoon. 53degrees at 4:00 p.m. we should be dry throughout the day. won't be dry all weekend. i'll have details on your weekend forecast in just a couple of minutes. >> thank you. so we have a traffic alert to bring you early this friday morning. a deadly crash has closed some lanes on theener loop of the beltway just after connecticut avenue. the accident happened around 3:00 in the morning. we know a tractor-trailer and a car were involved. right now, let's go and get an impact on the traffic from julie wright. >> as we can see from our camera shot, we have the inner
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loop of the beltway moving again as you travel between connecticut avenue and georgia avenue. so some traffic is able to squeeze by single file to the leftenner loop of the beltway as you work your way past connecticut avenue headed over towards jackie joyner kersee avenue. you will want to bail out. you don't want to commit to this inner loop because with most of the beltway being shut down, it is starting to stack up the drive. so again, 410 south of the beltway, good parallel route for you at this time. v connecticut avenue headed over towards georgia avenue. even though the accident occurred on thenar loop, it will have an impact on the outer loop as well. live shot of traffic coming northbound on 395. no incidents to report leaving landmark in both the hov lanes and the main line headed up towards seam -- towards
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seminary road. we are dealing with the foggo allow extra time out the front door this morning. we continue to follow the breaking news out of district heights this morning. a 2-year-old girl is in the hospital clinging to life after she was caught in a house fire. sherry ly is live at the scene with the latest for us. what do you know. >> reporter: good morning. firefighters got here within minutes and were able to rescue that 2-year-old from a second story window. but everyone else was able to get out on their own. that child though was not breathing when firefighters got to her. the fire started just before 2:00 this morning in the kitchen of a town house on hillmar drive. three adults, a 9-year-old boy and two-year-old girl were up side. firefighters say one of the men was in the basement in a wheelchair. he heard the smoke alarm go off and then used his cell phone to wake the others upstairs and call 911.
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the three adults got out and managed to get the 9-year-old boy too. they were unable to get back upstairs to reach that child. firefighters pulled the 2-year- old girl out through that second floor window but she wasn't breathing. >> we believe it to be smoke inhalation but we haven't got the final reports back. she is in critical condition. the 9-year-old male is in stable condition. he was transported with smoke inhalation. >> reporter: one firefighter did have second degree burns to his ears and was taken to the hospital. this fire again started in the kitchen area but at this point, they don't know what the cause is of the fire. and just to tell you, this fire spread so quickly that even though firefighters were able to get here within minutes, even though the smoke alarms worked, the people inside weren't able to get everyone out. that is the latest here in district heights. back to you. new this morning, word of
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more robberies in northwest washington not far from dupont circle. the first hold-up happened just before 11:00 o'clock last night at 15th street and massachusetts avenue. the latest crimes come after a series of robberies early yesterday morning in dupont circle and downtown. downtown. making headlines in southern california, a deadly shootout between federal agents. an immigration agent shot and injured another officer and then a third agent stepped in and shot the shooter. all involved were with the immigration and customs agency. earlier reports indicated two of them died but the immigration and customs enforcement now says one agent has died. a well known journalist who once worked in d.c. has passed away. "new york times" correspondent anthony shadid died while in eastern syria while on a reporting assignment. the paper says the 4 #-year-old
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suffered an apparent asthma attack. he worked for the "washington post" between 2003 and 2009. he won apulitzer prize in 2004 and 2010 for his coverage of the iraq war. vegas on the potomac. that is exactly what prince george's county executive rushern baker is proposing as a way for the county to make money in tough economic times. bake are put forth the idea last night of a billion dollar casino at national harbor. we will learn more when county imektive rushern baker joins us live coming up at 7:00 this morning. -- county executive rushern baker joins us live coming up at 7:00 this morning. bobby brown is performing again. the singer made a stop here in town. he opened the concert with a tribute to whitney houston. ho
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bobby brown was back on stage in concert with his group new edition. he thank his family and fans for their ongoing support. >> i would like to say thank you to my friends. i would like to say thank you, period. >> brown and in good spirits performing a song for the group before addressing the crowd. he told fans life is life and sometimes you have to move. many who came to the concert came with heavy hearts but were glad to see brown with new edition performing during a difficult time. >> my heart goes out to bobby brown and his family. i really hope he can pull through this. i think it will be a hard show for him but i'm sure he will come with the energy that he always has. >> i feel bad for him. i really do. i really do. he and his family, my heart goes out to all of them. >> all right. we'll be covering whitney hughes top's funeral. that will be coming up over the weekend. we'll have to wait to see how
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dump truck and a school bus collided. the bus was carrying elementary school students an 11-year-old triplet girl was killed. her two sisters and another boy are all still in the hospital foughting for their lives. police say 17 other students received injuries. most of them were meunchor. the united nations societied 137-12 to condemn syria for its brutal crack downdown on civilians. seventeen countries abstained from the vote which is nonbinding. top u.s. intelligence officials are blaming al-qaeda for bombings inside syria. if president assad is eventually toppled, they warn al-qaeda could fill that power vacuum. and today marks a full two weeks since the relentless bombardment of the city began with hundreds reported killed. check out this video of a the girl caught in a very tight spot obviously very upset too. 2-year-old kaitlin campbell climbed into a toy vending machine at a lopped roe mat in
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welcome back. it has been an interesting morning to watch the fog kind of be there and now the fog has rolled out a bit and definitely
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been changing here in the weather department all morning long and will continue throughout the day. let's check in with tucker barnes to get the latest on that. >> you said it. once we get rid of the fog, it will be just an absolutely beautiful friday, lots of sunshine with temperatures back in the mid-50s. >> that is today. >> that is on a friday. >> wisdom, that is on a friday. >> it's great. >> yes. >> you order it up, i deliver. >> that is how it works? >> friday, you want 50s. >> i got to write stuff down. keep talking. >> see if you like this weekend forecast. let's get right -- i'm showing you the hd radar. the fog has been on the move and now pushing to the east and to the south of the city. and visibility here in many spots less than 1/4 mile. if you are coming in on 50 from annapolis, some very dense fog here from the south. we should be in for a bright,
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sunny day and warmer than yesterday with highs back into the mid-50s. hard to believe it is the middle of february. let me show you the dense fog advisory and this has just been updated, he can tenned now until 8:00 this morning. the dense fog advisory does include the district and points here to the east and south including prince george's county and most of southern maryland under that dense fog advisory now until 8:00 this morning. beautiful day in store. we should be in for a lot of bright sunshine through outyour friday. going be for a bit of a breeze out of north and west about 10 to 15. just like the last couple of days, probably want to bring along a jacket here. this area of rain shower activity is the beginning of a storm system for our weekend. the area response july for it will be out to the west -- the area responsible for it will be out to the west. this will track to the south an east as we get into late saturday and during the day on sunday. it looks more and more likely now that we will see a period
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of rain trance ising to snow during the day on sunday. we are expecting some accumulations. how much? i promise you this. it will not be as big as the storms we had a couple of years ago. but we've only had 2 i snow this year so in all likelihood, we'll probably eclipse the amount of snow we've picked up so far this year as the storm system moves out to sea late sunday afternoon and sunday night t looks like by monday morning, we should be back into the sunshine. it will be a sunday event. we are looking at a period of rain transitioning quickly to snow and we are expecting accumulating snow by late in the day sunday and sunday night. clear and chilly overnight. 34degrees. winds out of the west five to 10. 53 today. the cloud increase particularly during the afternoon. there is your rain transitioning to snow on sunday. we thought this might get in here saturday night but now we are thinking early sunday morning and be with us sunday
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afternoon into sunday evening. president's day looks fine. this is a cooler temperature with the snow pack, if we get some snow. i want to remind you about the fox 5 weather app. can you track the storm on your very open. go to the apple store or go to the marketplace if of a got a droid. we have over 50,000 users. generally great reviews about it. i promise you we'll be tweeting on that fox 5 weather app giving you updates as we get the latest information into our weather center. let's do some traffic and julie wright. >> inner loop of the beltway where we had the accident activity, the fatal crash remains under investigation inner loop traveling between connecticut avenue and georgia avenue. two left lanes are getting by on this inner loop commute headed around towards silver spring. the combination of randolph road or 410, the east-west
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highway can save you some time. if you are traveling on northbound i-95 continuing north of baltimore up in maryland, accident activity has the roadway blocked off there. you will want to bail out and use pulaski highway as the alternative route. this happens to be northbound 395. right lane of two blocked off with the crash. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. president barack obama is in california for more campaign events in san francisco. fox's wendell goaler is traveling there and as he reports, there is good news not president to talk about on the election's biggest issue. >> reporter: a west coast swing devoted mainly to fundraising, he was greeted by mostly welcome economic news. number of people applying for unemployment benefits fell 13,000 last week. mortgage delinquencies are falling though they are still seven times higher than what the mortgage bankers
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association considers normal. housing starts fell slightly but permits were up, reasonable news but not where it counts. >> i do still feel we need to see more sustained jobs numbers. so 243,000 to 50,000 new jobs per month. >> reporter: on his way out west, mr. obama stopped at a plant in wisconsin to spotlight u.s. manufacturing improvements. >> for the first time since 1990, american manufacturers are creating new jobs. that is good for the companies but it is also good up and down the supply chain. >> reporter: his 1013 budget includes tax chains intended to encourage companies to bring jobs back to this country and punish them to shipping jobs overseas. the measure has little chance in the house. >> the president checked out last labor day and has been
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unengaged in leading our country ever since. it has been a non-stop campaign trip after another. >> reporter: the white house says recalcitrant republicans are the ropes the president is bypassing capitol hill with executive orders. e orders. critics say most of the teen job initiatives already existed. but those measures may have only a marginal impact on the 8.3% jobless rate. things outside the president's control are having their own impact on the economy. on this day, moody's announced it may downgrade more than 100 banks in 16 european countries and greece was still without the $170 billion bailout it needs. goldman sachs says europe's slowdown could cut u.s. growth as much as 40% this year, making it worse than last year. in san francisco, wendell goaler, fox news. an acc showdown for the
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terps. we'll have high heights coming up next. so the ever-popular sports illustrated swim utah models. they have great models there. we'll have a one on one with cover girl kate upton. love to readed articles. more colors. same edge.
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three. maryland goes on to beat d.c. 81-6567 the sports illustrated 2012 reveals their cover. >> reporter: kateup ton is now one of the most talked about models around gracing the cover of the 2012 sports illustrated swimsuit issue. >> i'm he so happy to be on the cover. i always looked at the swimsuit issue growing up and saw these beautiful, confident, fun sexy women and wanted to be one of them and now i'm on the cover. >> reporter: reaching more than 70 million people annually, the swimsuit franchise began with a back in 1964. it has launched the careers of many top models. >> being look at the past cover models think it has changed their careers so hopefully, it will change mine in a positive way. >> reporter: the shots may take simple but it can take days of waiting for the right
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conditions. >> it is not just standing there taking a picture with your friends. there is a lot of behind the scenes work, the location, maybe the weather is not working out. so a lot of factors that play into just one shot. >> reporter: in hollywood, adam housley, fox news. >> wisdom is speechless. we have more news straight ahead at 6:00. 
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